Unbeleafable PH offers a range of Pothos plants for sale in Manila, each varying in rarity and availability during the season. Prices start as low as P179, making them accessible to all. These Pothos varieties are also part of our selection of easy-to-care-for indoor plants in the Philippines.
The Golden Pothos is a fast-growing and beginner-friendly plant, constantly sprouting new leaves and trails rapidly. Its green leaves with yellow splashes can brighten up any corner in your home.
The Njoy Pothos features variegated green and white splashes. With smaller leaves compared to other pothos plants, it is also known for its air-purifying abilities, helping to clean air toxins.
Hanging Golden Pothos
The Hanging Golden Pothos, also known as Devil's Ivy, showcases green leaves with yellow splashes and gradually vines over time. As a common houseplant in Manila, it adds a touch of brightness to any corner of your home.
The Neon Pothos stands out from other pothos varieties with its bright yellow foliage. Its heart-shaped leaves and lime-green stems add to its unique and vibrant appearance.
Silver Satin Pothos
The Silver Satin Pothos features dark green foliage with white spots, resembling the shape of other Pothos plants. This variety has a more rigid structure compared to the usual Golden Pothos.
Marble Queen Pothos
The Marble Queen Pothos stands out with its unique white and marble variegation. Its lime-green stems and bright green heart-shaped foliage add to its attractive appearance.
How to Care for Pothos Plants
Let’s explore easy and essential steps in taking care of Pothos plants, ensuring their health, vitality, and beauty in your indoor space.
Place them in bright, indirect light
Position in well-lit spaces away from direct sunlight to avoid leaf scorching and encourage healthy, vibrant growth. Ideal for rooms with filtered natural light.
Maintain evenly moist soil
Keep the soil consistently moist but not waterlogged. Water when the top inch of soil feels dry to the touch, allowing excess water to drain.
Use a well-draining, high-quality potting mix
Opt for a well-draining mix to prevent root rot. A mixture of potting soil, perlite, and orchid bark provides the necessary aeration for healthy root growth.
Put them in a room with a temperature from 18°C to 29°C
Maintain a room temperature between 18°C to 29°C (65°F to 85°F). Avoid sudden temperature drops and drafts, which can stress the plant.
Provide them with occasional fertilization during their growing season
During the growing season (spring and summer), feed with a balanced liquid fertilizer every 4-6 weeks to promote foliage growth. Dilute as directed.
Maintain regular pruning
Trim back leggy growth and yellowing leaves to encourage bushy and attractive foliage. Pruning also prevents overcrowding and promotes air circulation.
Make sure to propagate them through stem cutting
Expand your Pothos collection by propagating through stem cuttings. Snip a healthy stem below a node, place it in water or soil, and watch new roots develop.